Gone but never lost, Godzilla returns once again as the king of monsters we all known him to be! Bandai Namco Entertainment are incredibly pleased to announce that the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 action title Godzilla has now been made available for digital download across Australia and New Zealand! This new game brings to life the destructive power of the world’s most powerful Kaiju in ways we’ve never seen before. While old-school Kaiju films and terrible Hollywood remakes show what a powerful creature like Godzilla would do in real life, this new game allows you to take control of the reptilian God and his monstrous opponents so that you’ll be able to feel what it is like to be your very own Kaiju!
Developed by Japanese videogame studio NATSUME ATARI INC., GODZILLA gives players control of one of the most famous and destructive Kaiju (special effects monsters) in entertainment history. As Godzilla, players will have the power to trample and lay waste to cities. Players will also have to collect G-Energy which can be used to power-up Godzilla, increasing his physical size as well as his offensive and defensive skills. Exclusively on the PlayStation®4 system, users can play as ANY Kaiju in the game, in any mode in the game! Collect G-Energy to max out your favorite Kaiju’s stats, and destroy opponents online with your Kaiju, in your battle style. Choose from over 20 Kaiju, from classics like Anguirus and Rodan, as well as more recent kaiju like Type-3 Kiryu. There are many different Godzilla in the game as well, from Godzilla (1964) (as seen in “Mothra vs. Godzilla”) and Heisei Godzilla, to Godzilla (2014) (“Hollywood Godzilla”). – Bandai Namco Entertainment
Just incase you’re not already super pumped for Godzilla, Bandai Namco Entertainment have today released their very won launch trailer for the game alongside the actual game itself which I’ve provided for you below. Godzilla is looking to be the perfect game for any fan of Kaiju movies and especially for the fans of Godzilla, specifically those who were disappointed by the 2014 film seeing as you can beat the living crap out of THAT Godzilla using one of his more classic counterparts. Now stop reading this article and head to the PlayStation Store to grab your very own copy of Godzilla. You will not regret it! Not like how I regretted watching the new film…why did they kill off Bryan Cranston? He supposed to be Godzilla’s best friend!